Coalite


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Co´a`lite


v. i.1.To unite or coalesce.
Let them continue to coalite.
- Bolingbroke.
v. t.1.To cause to unite or coalesce.
Time has by degrees blended . . . and coalited the conquered with the conquerors.
- Burke.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He invented smokeless fuel, known as Coalite. He invented an early form of decimalisation and pioneered the humble spark plug.
He had already invented smokeless fuel, known as Coalite. He invented an early form of decimalisation and pioneered the humble spark plug.
However, the "Derbyshire Coalite Company" who controlled the islands' land , were entitled to buy the farm.
The by-election, caused by the decision of Mr Benn's former Cabinet colleague Eric Varley to become executive deputy chairman of the Coalite group, is expected to be held in March.
After retiring from Parliament in 1984 to chair private coalmining company Coalite, he was given a life peerage as Baron Varley of Chesterfield.
Alan Brown saddled two runners in the 6f handicap and was treated to a pleasant surprise when his 50-1 shot Coalite, ridden by Phillip Makin, scored by half a length, with his stablemate Miss Mujahid Times, who was sent off 10-1, trailing home 17th of the 18 runners.
There are models for example that include a grill for cooking, and then there's the all-singing, all-dancing Coalite Bushman Burner (01905 621636), which throws out loads of heat and is specially designed to use smokeless coal as well as logs and charcoal.
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1986 Park, Missouri, USA Jennings Coalite 18 15 M + F 49.8 et al.
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